Fruit trees for Sale

Your online Fruit Tree Nursery

Fruit trees are cheap, healthy, easy to handle and fun. All of ours are grown here in the UK and are covered by our 12 month guarantee. They all have strong root systems that establish rapidly.  You can buy them in two forms, bareroot, for delivery in winter and container grown for summer time planting. Most are sold in a range of sizes so you can find something here to fit almost any garden.

Plant barerooted trees during winter and spring and container grown the rest of the year. Both are easy to do as can seen in our Planting Video. We carefully select virus free rootstocks and budwood (from our stock plants) before grafting, which is highly skilled work and so we are proud of the quality we produce. All our trees are available as one year old maidens (a maiden tree is the basic "building block" from which all fruit shapes are produced).

You can also find most of our varieties as ready pruned two year old trees as well; generally as bushes and/or half-standards but those that are suitable are also grown as cordons. It's important to prune your trees once they've been planted, if you need help with this we recommend looking at this guide

Rootstocks can cause some confusion so you can see the ones we use below. In simple terms a rootstock controls the eventual size of your tree. A Bramley apple on a vigorous rootstock is a lot bigger than a Bramley on a dwarfing rootstock although the apples are the same. If you are interested you can read more about Rootstocks here.

Table of Rootstocks we use.

 MaidenCordonBushHalf-Standard
Apples MM106
(Semi-Vigorous)
M9
(Dwarfing)
M26
(Semi-Dwarfing)
MM106
Pears Quince A
(Semi-Vigorous)
Quince C
(Dwarfing)
Quince A Quince A
Cherries Colt
(Semi-Vigorous)
N/A Colt Colt
Plum, Gage, Damson, Bullace & Mirabelles St Julien A
(Semi-Vigorous)
N/A Pixy
(Semi-Dwarf)
St Julien A

 

All our fruit is VAT Free.

Why not have a look at our quick guides:
Fruit Pollination - Fruit Delivery Sizes Explained

Your online Fruit Tree Nursery

Fruit trees are cheap, healthy, easy to handle and fun. All of ours are grown here in the UK and are covered by our 12 month guarantee. They all have strong root systems that establish rapidly.  You can buy them in two forms, bareroot, for delivery in winter and container grown for summer time planting. Most are sold in a range of sizes so you can find something here to fit almost any garden.

Plant barerooted trees during winter and spring and container grown the rest of the year. Both are easy to do as can seen in our Planting Video. We carefully select virus free rootstocks and budwood (from our stock plants) before grafting, which is highly skilled work and so we are proud of the quality we produce. All our trees are available as one year old maidens (a maiden tree is the basic "building block" from which all fruit shapes are produced).

You can also find most of our varieties as ready pruned two year old trees as well; generally as bushes and/or half-standards but those that are suitable are also grown as cordons. It's important to prune your trees once they've been planted, if you need help with this we recommend looking at this guide

Rootstocks can cause some confusion so you can see the ones we use below. In simple terms a rootstock controls the eventual size of your tree. A Bramley apple on a vigorous rootstock is a lot bigger than a Bramley on a dwarfing rootstock although the apples are the same. If you are interested you can read more about Rootstocks here.

Table of Rootstocks we use.

 MaidenCordonBushHalf-Standard
Apples MM106
(Semi-Vigorous)
M9
(Dwarfing)
M26
(Semi-Dwarfing)
MM106
Pears Quince A
(Semi-Vigorous)
Quince C
(Dwarfing)
Quince A Quince A
Cherries Colt
(Semi-Vigorous)
N/A Colt Colt
Plum, Gage, Damson, Bullace & Mirabelles St Julien A
(Semi-Vigorous)
N/A Pixy
(Semi-Dwarf)
St Julien A

 

All our fruit is VAT Free.

Why not have a look at our quick guides:
Fruit Pollination - Fruit Delivery Sizes Explained

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